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. >> he said would i like to have sex with him? >> chilling details of life behind mars. amanda knox says she's been waiting for this night, waiting to be heard. but with another trial looming, her freedom hangs in the balance. . >>> tonight, a murder, a mystery. aman do knox. >> her storied captivated the world for many years. she was convicted of a horrid crime in a foreign land and at times, her innocence seemed more cold and calculating and remorseful. buyian sawyer speaks to amanda knox just weeks after the supreme court overturned her acquittal. every word she says here and in the pages of her new book waiting tor heard could affect her freedom. >> reporter: an american girl back at home. >> nice, neither of us fell. >> reporter: sometimes she say she is's just that daughter who never left and wanted to be near her parents. >> she was always home and eating your food. yeah. >> my mom, i can tell anything to, anything. sometimes when she doesn't even want to hear it. >> reporter: there is much to hear. a 5 1/2-year-old journey that began in a seattle suburb and ended with amanda knox
heard is over. many of you just watched the interview. diane sawyer with amanda knox. >> they were convinced i was a murderer, whether it was or not. >> she says she is innocent of stuff >> -- innocent. . idea tobly not a good be talking to the media right now. >> i don't think is a good idea for her to be talking to the media. special coverage starts right now. >> amanda knox breaks her silence and professes her innocence. but do you believe she told i answer the truth? her interview airs on the same day that her memoir israelis. >> her roommate was killed in .000 -- her memoir was released >> her roommate was killed in thousand seven. two years ago, her conviction was overturned. earlier this year, italy's highest court called for a new trial. tonight, we spoke with a legal legal expert-- a the says that she should not have spoken at all. amanda knox talks about the signed confession that she gave italian authorities. she talks about how she was scared and how they were speaking to her in a china she didn't didn't understand, telling her they would take her to jail. she says that
, linked to sleeping pills. why women are more at risk. >>> amanda knox. we travel to the scene of the crime, and her final words for all those kids studying abroad every year. >>> and whiz kid. get ready to be amazed and have a lot of fun with an 11-year-old superstar of screen and science. >> don't be afraid to try new things. >> see the invention that dazzled even the president. >>> good evening. we begin with the boston bombings and new arrests. three men, college students, friends of the younger brother accused of terror. the three are in custody tonight and the charges, lying to federal agents, obstruction of justice and hiding items, including a backpack brimming with empty fireworks. abc's chief investigative correspondent, brian ross, has the latest on these three new people in this case. >> reporter: the fbi has been suspicious of the friends since the day of the manhunt, when s.w.a.t. teams raided the college campus and agents took two of them into custody on immigration charges. the two, both from kazakhstan, azamat tazhayakov and dias kadyrbayev, had traveled with d
from cleveland, ohio. amanda knox, the unanswered questions with chris kuomo starts now. >> the following is a special cnn report. >> tonight, amanda knox put to the test. >> why would you say that if it didn't happen. why are you the one who is strange? why not check on your friend? why didn't you check on your friend? >> and she holds nothing back. >> i was screaming it to the prosecutor when they were screaming at me during my interrogation and no one listened to me. it's like i'm having to prove my innocence instead of just saying it. >> the terror of her time behind bars. >> i couldn't even defend myself the same way other prisoners. i'm not attacking you. everyone please be my witness that i'm not attacking you. the threats she believes she still faces. there are not normal people who are fixated on me. and i don't know what they're capable of. >> and for the first time, knox takes on those questions about her sexual behavior. >> i was not strapping on leather and bearing a whip. >> amanda knox, her fight for freedom. the fight of her life. the unanswered questions
and convict him which is a much easier choice. i think in this, we see this in the iowa map da knox -- amanda knox case, we see this in the sam shepard case. there's a tendency -- i don't know if you agree -- but to basically take the person closest to the crime which requires the least imagination. >> i would put it slightly differently. i think often there's a tendency to take that explanation which involves the least amount of thought. and up an explanation that sets in early on and persists despite any countervailing evidence. it persists despite everything. you mentioned, someone should do, at some point, a taxonomy of murder cases, because there are all these different kinds and maybe, in fact, you have done just that sort of thing. >> no be, i mean, i've tried, and i was greatly inspired to continue trying when i read your book. but, you know, i think you're right. you have cases where they find a shooter, and then they have to decide whether someone paid him or someone was behind him or he was a loner. this goes back to the abraham lincoln/john wilkes boopt. yes, he shot lincoln. ther
that changed amanda knox's life. amid continued accusations, she takes about her plans for a brighter tomorrow. >>> hello, everyone. thanks for joining us tonight. for millions of americans, the site of a policeman instills a sense of calm, faith that order is being kept. that the good guys are batching. but for many others, thousands stopped on the 12r50streets of york because they look or act a certain way? encounters with the blue and white breed fear, frustration and anger at a force that some say is bent more on intimidation than serving and protecting. so here ice my co-anchor bill weir. >> hands against the wall. >>. >> reporter: it's the kind of scene that could play out on any given day in any city in america. men in blue stopping men of color. as tensions rise. in in case, a robbery suspect is caught. >> you're not free to leave. >> what am i being arrested for? i didn't do anything wrong. >> reporter: the cops manage to keep it by the book. >> i'm sorry you're upset. i'm sorry for the inconvenience. >> reporter: this is an nypd draining drill for the proper way to do what's known as
as but military action in syria and political battles on capitol hill how he is making his mark. >> amanda knox's darkest days the humiliation she faced in italian prison and the hardship her parents went through during her legal fight. >> because i was tired of them having to sacrifice everything for me. >> how a former murder suspect is trying to move on after spending so much time in a public eye. it's wednesday, may 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good morning. we begin with new developments in the boston bombing. an uncle says the family will soon claim the body of tamerlan tsarnaev from the medical examiner's office. the uncle bitterly denounced the tsarnaev brothers on national television. >> abc news learned that investigators believe they pinpointed a sea bed of extremism. here is abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. >> reporter: u.s. authorities now believe a turning point for tamerlan tsarnaev came last year in the russian republic of dagestan at this mosque known to be a gathering spot for extremists. ru
positive for hiv. i was stunned. >> amanda knox tells her story with brand-new details of her six-year saga, prison, panic attack and abuse by guards. >>> the cringeworthy video taken on a popular mountain road in los angeles. we'll show you what happens next. >>> an emotional night on the dance floor as a surprising fan favorite is sent home. >>> good morning. we begin with something of a price tag stemming from the boston marathon bombing. >> a new estimate this morning says the attack did over $300 million in damage to the boston economy. that's when lost wages, retail sales and damage to infrastructure are taken into account. >> there's also news on the investigation. for that we're joined from washington by abc's devin dwyer. good morning, devin. >> reporter: good morning, diana and john. authorities believe they've now identified a turning point when tamerlan tsarnaev, an american resident, allegedly became radicalized. this russian mosque, a known gathering spot for extremists is the new focus of the bombing investigation. it's there u.s. officials believe that tamerlan tsarnaev met
. amanda knox did. behavior that led many to suspect her as cold, unemotional, downright bizarre. when she arrived at the scene of kircher's murder, there were things that seemed strange. like the front door being flung open. speckles of blood. but she still took a shower there, stepping out onto a bath mat with a bloody footprint. unsettling the prosecutors, mops removed a mop from the scene and brought it back to her boyfriend's house. amanda and raphael share an embrace. their kisses fuel headlines portraying her as a sex-obsessed femme fatale. amanda and raphael cuddling, making faces at each other. knox doing a split in between interrogations. knox was spotted at a boutique and purchasing underwear the press dubbed saucey. her image as foxy knoxy is now solidified. knox would later say the statement was coerced. knox was found guilty of defaming him. another piece to the puzzle of knox's behavior. >> every piece of a puzzle looks strange until you put them all together. it doesn't really register as unusual in. >> it did register as unusual. and i never said that it didn't. >> i felt
coverage here on abc news of diane sawyer's interview with amanda knox. >> this morning we hear from knox about her darkest hours locked away inside an italian jail where she thought she would spend more than two dozen years. >> reporter: for more than four years, amanda knox's parents will shuttle 6,000 miles back and forth from seattle. curt knox and etta, divorced years ago, now united in their mission. her mother a math specialist in a local school measures her life in trips to perugia. >> as a mom will you leave your child in a foreign country with nobody to visit her. she doesn't have anybody else. somebody needed to be there to visit her. >> reporter: in the 15th century courtroom with its crucifix and frescos amanda knox watching her parents who fight their way in the press to be in the courtroom with her. also watching another family certain amanda knox is involved in the death of their child, meredith. did you look at her family? >> i looked for them. i hadn't been prepared for the idea that they -- that they might consider me the murderer of their daughter. >> reporter: amanda
much is safe for children? >>> and amanda knox. the american college student accused of murder, speaking out. the devastating lie she says she was told in prison, and what she said made her suffer. >> i was tired of them having to sacrifice everything for me. everything. >>> good evening. we begin with something new in the case of the boston bombings. abc news has learned investigators believe they have located a possible seed bed of extremism. a mosque overseas, and two men, radical militants, who may have inspired the older brother to pull off that attack. abc's chief investigative correspondent, brian ross, has the latest details and the new clues. >> reporter: u.s. authorities now believe a turning point for tamerlan tsarnaev came last year in the russian republic of dagestan, at this mosque known to be a gathering spot for extremists. russian security services have told their american counterparts the boston resident was seen meeting and leaving from the mosque with a known chechen terror recruiter, mansur nidal, who was killed in a stand-off with authorities while tsarnae
, reports say tamerlan tsarnaev used the magazine to build the bombs in boston. and amanda knox speaks out for the first time. what she says happened that night in italy. man: how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. ready to plan for your family's future? we'll help you get there. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in. with premium service like one of the
time you claim tweer too partisan in congress. >>> new revelations for amanda knox who is speaking out for the first time about her long, legal ordeal in italy. the american exchange student spent four years in prison for the murder of her roommate. that conviction was overturned but knox now faces another legal challenge, after italy's highest court ordered a retrial. cnn's nick valencia says knox is out to set the record straight. >> i was in the courtroom when nay were calling me a devil. i mean, it's one thing to be called certain things in the media, and then it's another thing to be sitting in a courtroom, fighting for your life, while people are calling you a devil. it's not true. for all intents and purposes, i was a murderer. whether i was or not. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with abc news, amanda knox opened up for the first time in years about her murder conviction and ordeal through italian courts and prison. speaking to diane sawyer, knox talked about her roommate meredith kercher, the girl she was convicted of murdering, and what happened the day in 2007 that wo
to amanda knox about her harrowing ordeal and her most terrifying moments. now, amanda knox is joining us live later this morning. >> looking forward to that and a whole lot more. >>> we begin with dramatic pictures of the massive 747 crash at the u.s. air base in afghanistan. the video from a vehicle dashcam posted on the web. we won't be showing you the moment of impact. it does provide important clues about what might have happened. martha raddatz is here with all the details. good morning, martha. >> good morning, george. this is a kind of jet that is used commercially worldwide and even though it was in a war zone they do not believe enemy fire had anything to do with the crash. the video was shot from a dashboard camera on the perimeter of bagram air base. you see the huge 747 just having taken off nose high but seconds later a sharp bank right then plunging to the ground. there was no chance for anyone to survive. >> in the cockpit the pilots are trying to force the nose to move down so the airplane can get more air speed and wings will continue to generate lift. it's a sickening f
amanda knox as she defended herself during an abc news exclusive interview. what does america really think of her? you will find out. >> and the driver of a fast-moving van gives police the slip, but it is a slip of a different kind that finally brought him down. we'll show you. >> all of that is coming up and then late other "jimmy kimmle live." >> we have music from band of forces. and ironman himself john favro is here. >> i >>> take a look at this wild video from los angeles. the driver of the stolen white van leads police on an intense chase on freeways and city streets and sometimes going the wrong way altogether. he hit several cars and two police cars. it took off running like this. he sliped on some wet cement and there he goes down in a minute. the police pounce on him. the cops jump on him and swoop in for the big arrest over a stolen van. >>> investigators say those in union city think they know why racist graffiti is around town. we sent alan wang to look into it and he is there live with more. alan? >> carolyn, investigators think this stems from a controversy surroundi
. >>> and on a special edition of "20/20" you heard from amanda knox as she defended herself during an abc news exclusive interview. what does america really think of her? you will find out. >> and the driver of a fast-moving van gives police the slip, but it is a slip of a different kind that finally brought him down. we'll show you. >> all of that is coming up and then late other "jimmy kimmle live." >> we have music from band of forces. and ironman himself john favro is here. >> >>> take a look at this wild video from los angeles. the driver of the stolen white van leads police on an intense chase on freeways and city streets and sometimes going the wrong way altogether. he hit several cars and two police cars. it took off running like this. he sliped on some wet cement and there he goes down in a minute. the police pounce on him. the cops jump on him and swoop in for the big arrest over a stolen van. >>> investigators say those in union city think they know why racist graffiti is around town. we sent alan wang to look into it and he is there live with more. alan? >> carolyn, investigators think this
clashes. emily nick cannon, bbc news. -- emily buchanan. greg amanda knox says that she may return to italy to face a retrial. in an interview with diane sawyer of abc news, she described her need for justice and gave a number of details on her arrest and imprisonment. > one happened to me -- what happened to me hit me like a train. and there was nothing i could do to stop it. really afraid. >> what was the first thing you thought when you saw meredith? >> i was putting away my things in the room when she came to my door. and she introduced herself. she was. immediately very was wow,mediate exchange of, this is someone i can get along with. >> were you ever jealous of her? >> no? >> ever angry? >> no. it bothers me when people suggest that she was not my friend. i was stunned by her death. she was my friend. my friend had been murdered and it could just as easily have been me. in the she had died house where we were living. and it could have been me. >> did you kill meredith? >> no. >> were you there that night? >> no. >> do you know anything you cannot told police that you have no
roberts will speak with amanda knox. thanks for walking abc news. see you back here tomorrow. >>> an eight-year-old murdered victim is remembered. a town came together to pray for the girl, her family and for the capture of her killer. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. leila fowler was stabbed to death in her home in valley springs east of stockton in calaveras county. tonight we hear from her heart broken family. john alston is live in valley springs for us. john? >> carolyn, more than a thousand people showed up here , 10 bus loads of people and others found other ways to arrive. the family of leila fowler was here and just about everywhere they turned they were met with hugs. leila fowler's family turned to each other for support and they felt the embrace of a thousand community members who turned out to celebrate the life of the eight-year-old girl. her older brother, justin, was the first family member to speak. >> i am not saying goodbye to leila. i will stacey you later. i will say see you later. >> throughout the ceremony he comforted his 12-year-old brother, t
scholarships for qualified new students. learn more at devry.edu. . >>> amanda knox is finally speaking out. she was convicted of murdering her roommate at a home they shared in italy amount did you kill meredith? >> no. >> is there anything you have not told police that you have not said in this book, do you know anything? >> no, i don't. >> i wasn't there. >> amanda knox spent four years in an italian prison before her conviction was overturned but she may be put on trial again because her conviction was overturned by italy's highest court. >> after crawling through a field of barbed wire and finally reaching what i thought was the end, it turned out it was the horizon and i had another field of barbed wire to crawl through. >> he killed meredith kercher in a drug fueled assault and she was forced to make a false confession. the new trial will start in florence italy and amanda knox will not be required to return. >>> syrian rebels quoted in the washington post say the administration is sending weapons to the opposition while at the same time pursuing the conflict. >>> president barack ob
: a female officer later testifies that amanda knox is doing cartwheels in the waiting area. she says she was just stretching after a long wait. >> i never did a cartwheel. i did do the splits. >> reporter: but you can say this does not look like grief. this does not read as grief. >> i think everyone's reaction to something horrible is different. >> reporter: you say you spent 1,400 nights in prison. for a crime you did not commit. >> i spent a long time in prison. i had to grow up in prison for something i did not do. >> reporter: ten years from now, paint a portrait of your life for me. >> well, i hope this legal battle will be over. i really hope i had started a family by then. >> reporter: and this a distant memory? >> it's part of who i am, but i would like to have a day where i'm not struggling and having to depend myself against these same people persecuting me. that i'm looking forward to. >> the future for amanda knox. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow for an exclusive interview with amanda knox and her parents. "world news now" is coming up soon with overnight breaking
killer amanda knox is facing out as she faces retrial. susan page joins us to talk about her in depth interview. >>> support is pouring in tonight for jason collins' decision for coming out. the 7 foot center has had support from president obama, other greats. the characterization quote that collins' coming out party was a joyous affair was a little bit optimistic. he's gotten a dose of negative interaction. he'll talk about the journey he's been on with george stephanopoulos. >> they talk about the 12 steps, you go through anger, denial. you know, it's just -- but when you finally get to that point of acceptance, there's nothing more beautiful than just allowing yourself to, you know, really be happy and be comfortable in your own skin. >> as i said, that decision to be open about who he is did not come without a measure of condemnation by some but the detractors seem outnumbered by others including filmmaker, spike lee, joins me now. despite his decision to come out, were you surprised by it? what do you make of it? >> i wasn't surprised. the day is coming. the world is changing, an
i was wrong that i had to remember correctly. >> amanda knox goes on the record after her years' long drama and talks about how she feels now that it is starting back up. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ . >>> welcome back, amanda knox is speaking out, she was convicted of killing her british roommate six years ago. >> did you kill meredith meredith kercher? >> no. >> do you know anything you have not told police do you know anything? >> no. i don't. >> amanda knox spend four years in prison before her conviction was overturned. but she faces another conviction after her acquittal was overturned by italy's highest court. >>> no charges will be filed against a teacher who used masking tape to tie up a toddler. it happened at the christian preschool. 24-year-old angela bound a two- year-old girl's w
amanda knox is speaking out as she faces retrial in italy. susan page from "usa today" spent hours with her, joins us to talk about her in depth interview. man: how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. ready to plan for your family's future? we'll help you get there. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. from the united states postal service a small jam maker can ship like a big business. just go online to pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ >>> support keeps pour ng for jason collins' decision to come out. the 7 foot center heard from president obama, bill clinton, oprah, hall of famer magic johnson, a string of other nba greats. according to "sports i
's move on to another contentious, much more contentious, figure you may argue, amanda knox. she's given her first big interview on the back of a book that's coming out. let's watch. >> i was in the courtroom when they were calling me a devil. i mean, it's one thing to be called certain things in the media and then it's another thing to be sitting in a courtroom, fighting for your life while people are calling you a devil. for all intents and purposes, i was a murderer. whether i was or not. >> mark, my issue is not that she's unentitled to do a book. she's been through a harrowing experience although obviously the experience is not over yet. the italians want to retry her. but my issue is a bit more personal in the sense i know meredith kercher's father, who is british, obviously, as she is or she was. he feels extremely distressed obviously about what happened and very distressed about amanda knox going on this big publicity whirl and making lots of money out of it. he used to work for a newspaper i edited. i have a big problem with her making $4 million from effectively the death of m
in boston. thank you very much. >>> ahead on "starting point" amanda knox opening up about facing a retrial in italy. >> i'm afraid to go back there. i don't want to go back into prison. >> what she says when our chris cuomo asks if she will go back. that's next. >>> then, he was the second person to walk on the moon, and now he wants to get us to mars. astronaut buzz aldrin joins us about his new book and about his dream for the space program. you're watching "starting point." as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> isn't that a lovely picture? good morning, new york. beautiful skyline. i think it's going to be 71 degrees today. and sunny. all right amanda knox says she is scared to face a new trial for murder in italy, but will she face her fear and actually go back? she opens up about her sensational case and her personal life in her memoir "waiting to be heard." cnn's chris cuomo spoke to her one-on-one, asking that very question of whether she will go back. >> will you go fac
amanda knox is talking a lot about it and telling cnn about what her greatest fear has been. >> i'm afraid to go back there. i don't want to go back into prison. >> a lot more of amanda knox's interview with cnn's chris cuomo coming up right after the break. [ female announcer ] crest + scope gives you the ultimate in fresh breath. so you have the courage to jump in... ♪ or make sparks fly. it's the only toothpaste that combines the freshness of scope with the cleaning power of crest. life opens up when you do. >>> nor amanda knox, right now is one of the most agonizing periods in her young life. believe it or not, even after spending four years in a prison. because she faces the possibility of returning to italy and being retried for the murder of her study abroad roommate six years ago. knox did four years in that italian prison before the jury overturned her murder conviction and she quickly returns to her home state in seattle, believing her nightmare was over. but earlier this year an italian appeals court overturned knox's conviction -- rather, her acquittal and the pressi
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will go to the richard's family fun. $350,000 donated so far. amanda knox says that she thought about suicide during her time at an italian prison on charges of murdering her roommates. that was revealed in an exclusive interview with diane sawyer. she was a college students studying abroad when she was convicted in the 2007 murder of british student. the conviction was later returned, but they decided she should face a retrial. anything she says and maybe she says things years later that are contradictory, there are so many different ways you could damage your case in speaking to the press. >> she has a memoir that has just been released. investigators now say they have evidence linking a mississippi man to the poisonous letters addressed to president obama and other officials. mask asts found a dust well as pieces of ricin in james dutschke's martial art studio. things online that can be used to make ricin. >> 7 is on your side with big changes with the morning after pill. the fda is lowering the age to buy plan b from 17 to 15 years old. the pill is moving from behind a pharmacy co
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to bring back my father's leg. >>> plus you'll hear in amanda knox. >>> attack with chemicals by her husband, a woman gets a face transplant. you will see her for the first time today. >>> just two months after ending his work from home policy, yahoo offers 500 bucks to employees who give birth. yahoo. you're live in the cnn "newsroom." >>> good morning. thank you so much for being with us. we begin with new developments in the boston bombing marathon. the coroner will soon release her husband's body, but she does not want it. she has spent many hours this week cooperating with investigators. >>> investigators have discovered at least one fingerprint among the bomb fragments. a law enforcement official tells cnn no match has been made not yet. the boston harold has attached numbers that the tsarnaev family lived on the generosity of the welfare system. that doesn't include the more than $5500 in aid for tamerlan for his college education. what did he tell you? >> carol, that's right. i spoke to danny the carjacking victim for more than an hour. he is still shaken up. he tells me he w
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. and remember college student amanda knox? she's telling all. hear what she says about the interrogation that led to her it's a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. the act of soaring across an ocean in a three-hundred-ton rocket doesn't raise as much as an eyebrow for these veterans of the sky. however, seeing this little beauty over international waters is enough to bring a traveler to tears. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving. >> greta: amanda knox is telling the world her story, convicted and then acquitted of murdering her college roommate in italy. weeks ago an italian court ordering her to be retried for murder. now knox talking for the first time to abc's diane sawyer. >> did you kill meredith kercher
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